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Jazz — CDs

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✨✧ Bob BergBack Roads ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1991. Used ... Out Of Stock
Bob Berg on saxophone – with Mike Stern on guitar, Jim Beard on piano, organ and synthesizers, Lincoln Goines on bass, Dennis Chambers on drums, and Manolo Badrena on percussion. CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode and promotional stamp on CD.)

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Count Basie OrchestraLegend, The Legacy ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1989. Used ... $5.99
The Basie Orchestra pays tribute to their departed Count – and the groove here is every bit the sort you'd expect from the ensemble at their height! Frank Foster's in the lead with the group at this point, and he's definitely back in the Basie bag, after stretching out soulfully on his own ... read more CD
(Out of print.)

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Count Basie OrchestraLong Live The Chief (Japanese pressing) ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1986. Used ... $6.99
A post-Basie session from the Count Basie Orchestra – recorded after the Count had passed away, and Frank Foster returned from his wayward years to assume leadership of the group! The sound here is very much in the best Basie mode of the late 50s and early 60s – extremely fluid large ... read more CD
(Out of print.)

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Tommy FlanaganAlone Too Long ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1977. Used ... $13.99
Warm and lyrical solo piano work from Tommy Flanagan – a Japanese only session from the mid 70s, and one of the first of a long run of well-produced dates that Flanagan would do for that market! The format's even more intimate than the relaxed setting of some of Tommy's American dates of the ... read more CD

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Eddie GomezGomez ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1984. Used ... $9.99
One of the few albums we've ever seen as a leader from Eddie Gomez – the bassist whose work with Bill Evans and others was such a huge contribution to jazz in the late 60s and 1970s! Eddie's working here in a trio format that's a fair bit more harder-grooving than his years with Evans – ... read more CD
(Out of print.)

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Jo JonesOur Man Papa Jo ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1978. Used ... $12.99
Tight later work from Jo Jones – a set that's got all the swinging energy of the early years, but also a relaxed vibe that's mighty nice too! There's a good quality to the recording – as it's one of those killer 70s sessions done for Denon in Japan – and Jones is clearly in ... read more CD
(Out of print.)

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Terry Herman TrioBlue Feeling ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1984. Used ... $14.99
Teru Sakamoto on piano, Takao Neichi on bass, and Takahiro Suzuki or Takeshi Watanabe on drums. CD
(Out of print.)

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Terry Herman TrioBlue Michelle ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1982. Used ... $14.99
Teru Sakamoto on piano, Takao Neichi on bass, and Takahiro Suzuki or Takeshi Watanabe on drums. CD
(Out of print.)

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Terry Herman TrioBlue Stardust ... CD
Denon (Japan), 1984. Used ... $14.99
Teru Sakamoto on piano, Takao Neichi on bass, and Takahiro Suzuki or Takeshi Watanabe on drums. CD
(Out of print, booklet has light wear.)

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Sadao WatanabeSadao Watanabe Plays Ballads ... CD
Denon, 1967. Used ... $18.99
Haunting early work from Japanese reed legend Sadao Watanabe – an artist who makes the record way more than just a set of familiar ballads! True, the set's a bit more mellow than some of Watanabe's other work of the time – but his work on alto and flute really have this subtle sort of ... read more CD
(Out of print.)
 
 



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